Partney WW1

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Reference WMO/264044

Address:

St Nicholas Church

Sausthorpe Road

Partney Lincolnshire

PE23 4PQ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Other
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: On the north wall of the chapel are two framed and glazed Rolls of Honour of all who served, the 1914 – 1918 War measures 815 x560mm.
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To Keep In Memory The Men Of Partney Who Served In The Great War 1914 Every One With One Of His Hands 1918 Wrought In The Work And With The Other Held His Weapon.

Private Henry Armstong 11th Notts & Derby Regiment Private Allan Bond 19th Reinforcement Australian Imperial Forces Drummer John R. Bond Coldstream Guards Lance Corporal Fred W. Brocklebank Lincolnshire Yeomanry Bandsman Harry Blakey 5th Lincolnshire Regiment Private + Jesse Cooling Edmonton Fusiliers Corporal G. Henry Cooling Lincolnshire Regiment. Second Lieutenant E. Noel Crowder Reserve Of Cavalry Private James Clements 4th Lincolnshire Regiment Private George Clements 1/5 Lincolnshire Regiment Driver John W. Clift Army Service Corps Able Seaman Albert E. Clarke Royal Navy Private + Arthur Clarke 14th Durham Light Infantry Private Herbert Clarke 5th Lincolnshire Regiment Major + Bernard H. Driver MC 2nd Royal West Surrey Serjeant Major + John T. Ely 5th Lincolnshire Regiment Farrier Walter W. Ely Army Vetinary Corps. Driver Percy Gatenby Army Service Corps Commander R. G. Hammond. DSO Royal Navy Lance Corporal John W. Herons Royal Fusiliers Sapper Alfred Hird Royal Engineers Private + David Holmes 1st Middlesex Regiment Trooper William T Hewson 15th Kings Hussars Private + Charles W Johnson Royal Garrison Artillery Lance Corporal Harry B. Johnson West Yorkshire Regiment Captain H. George Maddison 2/5 Lincolnshire Regiment Private Humphrey Maddison 2nd Sherwood Foresters Second Lieutenant Edward W. Norris Royal Air Force Gunner Rufus Oliver Royal Field Artillery Private + William J. B. Piper Army Service Corps Private Albert S. B. Piper Royal Fusiliers Air Mechanic Harry C. Stainton Royal Air Force Serjeant Frederick A. Smith Army Vetinary Corps Driver George H. Smith Army Service Corps Gunner R. Thomas Smith Royal Field Artillery Captain C. Morier L. Stewart 3rd Lincolnshire Regiment Major Noel S. V. R. Stewart. DSO 13th Royal Hussars Gunner Arthur Stainton Royal Field Artillery Serjeant Major Lionel F. Sinclair Royal Engineers Private Franlin K. Spence 1/5 Lincolnshire Regiment Private Joseph Storey 7th Lincolnshire Regiment Able Seaman George Thorold Royal Navy Driver Frederick Thorold Royal Field Artillery Private + John Thorold 16th Sherwood Foresters Private Joseph Tempest Labour Corps Serjeant Charles W. Thacker Army Service Corps Private George W. Thacker Army Service Corps Corporal W. Richard Thacker 7th Lincolnshire Regiment Lance Corporal George Veal Corporal George W. Wilson Suffolk Regiment Private Dick Willerton 2/5 Lincolnshire Regiment Private + George Walker 1/5 Staffordshire Regiment Lieutenant + Percy A. Wedgewood Royal Army Medical Corps Midshipman Edward W. R. Young Royal Naval Reserve. + These Gave Their Lives

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